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Nick Anand
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Feb. 22, 2016
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Rec player interested in improving my game.


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Drew Casen's lead problem: xxx AKTxxx xx Ax
Ace of H, assumes that not redoubling denied 3 hearts. Otherwise King of H for count.
Robert Schachter's lead problem: AKT75 865 Q3 K93
On a mixed raise which basically shows 4 spades with partner, I lead ace to make ask for suit preference. If I lead K, I'm worried partner feels they need to show count.
Johnson Zhu's bidding problem: Axx AK98xx AK98 ---
Pass, I bid 5NT at matchpoints or any non-winning situation.
Todd Holes's lead problem: T853 AJ6 T764 K2
I'm going with any systematic diamond lead. I actually put the ten thinking no one would treat it as a positive lead from T9xx versus a slam but maybe I got that wrong.
Open 1D or 1C (with 4D and 5C)?
1C, with a plan to raise 1H, and bid 1NT over 1S. I'll live with the lecture if it doesn't work out.
Jyri Tamminen's bidding problem: JT82 A843 QT92 T
2S, competing to 3S
Todd Holes's lead problem: AK763 A7 A72 864
I'm not sure to be honest. But if he has 3, I guess it is better to know if he has the Q.
John Newman's lead problem: AT8 862 J854 Q65
4D, my 4 card unbid suit....
David Sackett's bidding problem: K4 K85 87 K97642
I respond 3C, especially given that negative 3C is on. Given the current version, I'll bid 2NT.
James Huntington's lead problem: AT9653 J KJ54 A6
7NT isn't really an option on a lead problem :)
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